Order from Colonel O. C. Risdon to Captain J. P. Schooley; August 8, 1865
Collection: Sharkey Series 773
Contributors: Funding for this project provided by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission of the National Archives.; Funding for this project provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Coverage (time period): 1865
Creator: Risdon, O. C.
Description: From the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Governor Sharkey Collection. Order from Colonel O. C. Risdon to Captain J. P. Schooley, Post Commissary, instructing Schooley to issue ten days rations to a Mrs. Johnson at Jackson, Mississippi.
Digital repository: Mississippi Digital Library.
Digital collection: Mississippi Department of Archives and History.
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File extension: cpd
Format: Digital reproduction of a 8" x 3" 2-page document.
Geographic location: Jackson (Miss.)
Mississippi county: Hinds County (Miss.)
Notes: This item is part of the Civil War and Reconstruction Governors of Mississippi Project; https://cwrgm.org/
Publisher: Mississippi Department of Archives and History. (electronic version); Mississippi Digital Library. (electronic version)
Record created by: Dalton Wood; Britany Castilaw; Michael Singleton; Austin Justice; MICHAELLAPTOP\Michael
Contributing institution: Item housed at Mississippi Department of Archives and History.
Rights: NO COPYRIGHT - UNITED STATES; http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/
Source: Box 958, Folder 4
Subject: Bacon; Beans; Coffee; Corn meal; Flour; Food; Mississippi. Governor; Poverty; Public welfare; Rationing; Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873; Sugar; United States. Army; United States. Army--Commissariat; United States. Army--Officers; United States. Army--Supplies and stores
Title: Order from Colonel O. C. Risdon to Captain J. P. Schooley; August 8, 1865
Resource type: Text